Entering his 22nd season at the helm of Cal State Fullerton, Head Coach Bill Reynolds brings more than two decades of teaching and coaching experience to Cal State Fullerton.
During the 2004-05 season, Reynolds guided the team to a 13-11 overall record and a ninth-place finish at the Big West Tournament. It was the first winning season for the Fullerton tennis team since the 1994-95 season.
One of eight tennis playing siblings and the son of the former head tennis coach and dean of students at UC Santa Barbara, Reynolds achieved a USTA national ranking in the juniors, played at Santa Barbara High School and UCSB. After competing in several professional tournaments, Reynolds returned to UCSB for graduate school and the eventual beginning of his coaching career.
Among his many former teaching positions, Reynolds served as head pro/tennis director at the Manhattan Beach Country Club, and as Assistant Pro at the Jack Kramer Club in Palos Verdes, Calif.
Prior to Cal State Fullerton, Reynolds served as assistant coach for the men's team at UC Irvine. During his stint at UCI, the men's team achieved a national ranking of No. 2 and reached the semi-finals of the NCAA tournament.
Along with his duties as head coach at Cal State Fullerton, Reynolds also serves as a Competition Training Center coach (Orange County) for the USTA Player Development Program and has coached several SCTA teams at National Zonal Team Championships. He is on the Professional Advisory Staff for Wilson Sporting Goods and also serves on the ITA/NCAA West Region Ranking Committee.
Reynolds currently resides in Brea, Calif.